Africa During the Post established Period

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Africa During the Post traditional Period

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Common Elements in African Societies Bantu relocation Animism genealogy imperative in connection with god The Arrival of Islam in North Africa Arrival of Islam (Spain, by 711) Berber Almoravids Almohads succeed Berbers, twelfth century The Christian Kingdoms: Nubia and Ethiopia Copts Egyptian Christians spread to Nubia (Kush) Ethiopia African Kingdom Similarities and Differences

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Kingdoms of the Grasslands Caravans Sahel - exchange point Sudanic States Rulers consecrated Islam The Empire of Mali Malinke people groups from Ghana Agriculture, gold exchange Sundiata (d.1260) the "Lion Prince" mansa (ruler) extended state Mansa Kankan Musa journey Ishal al-Sahili (Sp. Planner) beaten earth engineering Empires of Africa Empires of the Western Sudan

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City Dwellers and Villagers Jenne, Timbuktu flourish with extension Some traders Religious dissemination? Larger part ranchers The Songhay Kingdom (Capital: Gao) Middle Niger valley Independent by 700 Muslim by 1010 Sunni Ali (1464-1492) Hausa states, northern Nigeria Muslim focus Political and Social Life in the Sudanic States Fusion of conventions African Kingdoms

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Swahili Coast The Swahili Coast The Swahili Coast of East Africa Trading ports Muslim impact Cultural dissemination and synthesis The Coastal Trading Ports (*Mogadishu* , Mombasa, Malindi, Kilwa, Pate, Zanzibar) Don't have to know, recently be well known Madagascar SEA imports Blended culture

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Swahili Coast (cont'd) The Mixture of Cultures on the Swahili Coast Islam binds together Other Characteristics Egalitarian/homogenous to cosmopolitan/differing Key Exports & Imports Two particular "exchanging seasons" Connection to China? At the point when did this trade with China end?

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Africa During the Post traditional Period

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Common Elements in African Societies Bantu movement one dialect base Animism cosmology ethical code lineage essential in connection with god The Arrival of Islam in North Africa Part of Mediterranean Arrival of Islam (Spain, by 711) Berber Almoravids western Sahara, help transformation Almohads succeed Berbers, twelfth century The Christian Kingdoms: Nubia and Ethiopia Copts Egyptian Christians welcome Muslims spread to Nubia (Kush) Ethiopia heirs to Axum King Lalibela African Kingdom Similarities and Differences

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II. Kingdoms of the Grasslands Caravans crosswise over Sahara Sahel (fields) transfer point A. Sudanic States Rulers consecrated Islam from 900s backings state B. The Empire of Mali and Sundiata, the "Lion Prince" Malinke people groups from Ghana Agriculture, gold exchange Sundiata (d.1260) mansa (ruler) extended state Mansa Kankan Musa journey to Mecca Floods arrive with gold brings back Ishal al-Sahili designer from Muslim Spain beaten mud engineering Empires of Africa Empires of the Western Sudan

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City Dwellers and Villagers Jenne, Timbuktu flourish with development of Mali, Songhay Mandinka juula Some vendors Religious dispersion? Ranchers the lion's share The Songhay Kingdom (Capital: Gao) Middle Niger valley Independent by 700 Muslim by 1010 Sunni Ali (1464-1492) expanded domain successors: askia Defeated by Morocco, 1591 Hausa states, northern Nigeria Kano gets to be Muslim focus E. Political and Social Life in the Sudanic States Fusion of Muslim, indigenous conventions African Kingdoms

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Swahili Coast The Swahili Coast The Swahili Coast of East Africa Trading ports Muslim impact solid Rest of populace stays customary Significangt social dispersion and synthesis The Coastal Trading Ports (*Mogadishu* , Mombasa, Malindi, Kilwa, Pate, Zanzibar) Don't have to know, quite recently be natural Madagascar southeast Asian settlers, bring bananas, coconuts Blended culture Bantu, Islamic Swahili spreads along drift exchange with Asia

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Swahili Coast (cont'd) The Mixture of Cultures on the Swahili Coast Islam binds together alongside Swahili Other Characteristics Egalitarian and homogenous to cosmopolitan and various Key Exports Ivory, gold, press, slaves, extraordinary creatures Key Imports Textiles, Silks, porcelain (China and India) When amid the year did this occur? Two particular "exchanging seasons" What was the association between the Swahili Coast and China? At the point when did this trade with China end?

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